We have a wide selection of courses covering a range of metrology topics: Uncertainty - Dimensional – Lasers and Lamps – Radiation – Electrical – Geometrical tolerancing – Nanoparticles - Biogas
A wide range of technical courses with an emphasis on practical, hands-on learning.
A unique apprenticeship programme to develop measurement skills across a wide range of sectors.
We offer classroom courses, e-learning or a combination of both (blended). You can attend courses, which run all over the country, or we can come to you.
NPL is committed to sharing its expertise with industry to build and enhance measurement skills and capabilities. Metrology, the science of measurement, enables you to question and plan your processes, improve the quality of your products and reduce your costs. This can have a direct impact on productivity and profitability. Our training covers the importance of metrology, advancements in measurement science and the application of good measurement practices.
As one of the world’s leading National Measurement Institutes and a recognised centre of excellence, NPL’s training courses and qualifications across a range of subjects are available at different technical skills levels. Our courses sit within a unique training framework which enables progression and recognition. Our training is perfect for manufacturers who require absolute confidence in their measurements and sensing applications, across all industry sectors.
Our training courses have been categorised according to technical level and aligned to the qualification levels in the Regulated Qualifications Framework. Check out the ALFAMet® training framework for more information.
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